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Meet the British vogue model with sustainability at its coronary heart

The Troy London Wax Parka – as worn by the Duchess of Cambridge (Troy London)

Following an unsure 18 months of ‘not-really-doing-much’, there’s a hope that this autumn-winter season will lastly return us to the times of outdated – the place social restrictions are a distant reminiscence and household and pals can collect across the heat of a wooden fireplace, with the acquainted and comforting aroma of spicy mulled wine within the air. And with the falling of the leaves and the surface chill of winter, there comes the necessity to reinstate our winter wardrobes. Nonetheless, in terms of a

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Meet the British style model with sustainability at its coronary heart

The Troy London Wax Parka – as worn by the Duchess of Cambridge (Troy London)

Following an unsure 18 months of ‘not-really-doing-much’, there’s a hope that this autumn-winter season will lastly return us to the times of outdated – the place social restrictions are a distant reminiscence and household and buddies can collect across the heat of a wooden hearth, with the acquainted and comforting aroma of spicy mulled wine within the air. And with the falling of the leaves and the surface chill of winter, there comes the necessity to reinstate our winter wardrobes. Nonetheless, on the subject of

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Improving lifestyle and medication use could add healthy years of life after a heart attack

Adherence to lifestyle advice and medications could add seven healthy years of life after a heart attack, according to a study presented at ESC Congress 2021.

Most heart attack patients remain at high risk of a second attack one year later. Our study suggests that improving both lifestyles and medication use could lower this risk, with a gain in many years of life without a cardiovascular event.”


Dr. Tinka Van Trier, Study Author, Amsterdam University Medical Centre, the Netherlands

The INTERHEART study previously demonstrated that 80–90% of the risk of a heart attack can be modified

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Heart disease risk: Partnering on lifestyle change can help

After a heart attack, changing longstanding behaviors that affect heart health can be challenging. Many people have developed habits over 20, 30, or 40 years that are ingrained and can take a significant effort to modify. Does having a partner who is supportive and participatory help? A recent study demonstrated it can.

The RESPONSE-2 Trial is a lifestyle intervention study that enrolled patients with coronary artery disease. More than 800 study participants were randomized into either a nurse-coordinated referral of patients and their partners to three widely available community-based lifestyle programs, or to usual care. The community-based intervention programs targeted

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Incredible Photography Into the Heart of an Active Volcano

There are occasions where you know, without a shadow of a doubt, that you’re taking images that are some of the best you may ever take. This video shows us behind the scenes as Nigel Danson photographs an active volcano, and I can safely say, this will be one of those moments for him.

Visiting Iceland for the first time is one of the highlights of my life, without question. It is such a singular location that it truly deserves its otherworldly reputation and burgeoning tourism. It is something of a Mecca for photographers and videographers alike, and there are

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At the Heart of Trump Organization Charges: CFO Allen Weisselberg’s Lifestyle

Over four decades, Allen Weisselberg rose from a junior accountant for Donald Trump’s father Fred to the Trump Organization’s highest-ranking executive outside the Trump family.

Now, a New York grand jury has indicted Mr. Weisselberg and the Trump Organization on tax crimes after a probe by the Manhattan district attorney’s office and New York attorney general’s office into whether Mr. Weisselberg received perks such as a Manhattan apartment, Mercedes sedans and other expensive items from the Trump Organization that he or the company didn’t pay taxes on. Mr. Weisselberg was charged with grand larceny and tax fraud, among other counts,

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